Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 15
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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 15

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Additional . Obituaries Marie-Ser vice will be 1:30 p.m. Monday in Cunningham F u n e r a l Home with the Rev. Clarence Edens, the Rev. Harry Gill and the Rev. Peter Shultis officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. Mrs. Breedions. 50. of 705 Bream St.. died Friday in Memorial Division. Charleston Area Medical Center, after a short illness. Mrs. Lula Belcher Mrs. Lula Lewis Belcher. 63. of 519 Anderw Court, died Saturday in General Division. Charleston Area Medical Center after a long illness. She was a 50-year resident of Charleston and a member of E b e n e z e r B a p t i s t -\_- · · ' -- Church. Surviving: sisters. Mrs. Anna M. Wade of Charleston, Mrs. Christine Harper of Chester. Pa.. Mrs. Rosa Warren of New York, N.Y. and Mrs. Sarah Rhodes of Akron. Ohio: brother. Henry Lewis of Charleston. The body is at Harden-Harden Funeral Home. HAYNES, Mrs. Beulah Marie -- Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Good Shepherd Funeral Home. South Charleston, with the Rev. Leo Howerton officiating. B u r i a l will be' in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. M r s . Haynes, 48, of 1820 Spring Dr., South Charleston, died Friday in Memorial Division. Charleston Area Medical Center, after a short illness. WALKER, Mrs. Maude E. -- Requiem mass will be 10 .a.m. Monday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church with the Rev/ Andrew Hohman officiating. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Qemetery. Mrs. Walker. 80. of 409 Kenna Dr.. South Charles- .:~tpn. died Thursday in a Beck";'ley hospital after a%ng:ill-. · ness. I;Additional survivors: seven ^grandchildren: one,great-grandchild: " · s^The body is at Wilson Funeral Home where rosary will be 8 p.m. today. Remain A-** In Poor Condition BECKLEY - Two persons remain in poor condition at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital here following an auto accident on U.S. 21 near Bradley. Raleigh County, that killed one person. The two. 1 Melissa Clayton. 10. and her brother. Michael. 15. both were passengers in a car driven by Bernice Fruit. 24, all of Mount Hope. Feared Dead In Columbian Slide Child Dies In Fall From Basilica Pie-Eating Grizzlies Raid Pipeline Camp Mrs. Fruit was dead on arrival at the hospital. State police said a car driven by Allen Wallace, 17, of Stanaford. Raleigh County, went out of control and slid into the Fruit vehicle. Wallace was charged with negligent homicide. Trooper D. A. Williams investigated. Service for Mrs. Fruit will be 2 p. m. Tuesday in First Baptist Church. Mount Hope, with the Rev. James Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. Victim The Kev. f'reifu-i* T. Donahue, S.T., pastor of St. "John Itaptitt de la Satle parish in .Vorf/i If'ttkes- boro, ;\.C., u-a« found dead in the parish rwlorv Friday. Found ftiiftped and Ixntnd to his bed, /·. Donahue, u-n.i the victim of an apparent robbery-slnyinit. His empty Millet ica« beside his (ntdy. (Al ll'irepholo) She was a laboratory secretary at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital and was a member of the First Baptist Church. Mount Hope. Surviving: husband, William: parents. Carl C. and Bernice N a i l s Clayton of Mount Hope: brothers. Aavid M. and Carl C. Jr., both of Mount Hope: sisters, Mrs. Cathrine Taylor of New York, N. Y., and Miss Melissa Clayton of Mount Hope. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p. m. Monday at Ritchie-Johnson Funeral Home, Greentown. The body w i l l be taken to the church one hour before the service. WANT TO SELL SOMETHING? Agemte BOGOTA. Colombia-As many as 200 people are feared killed by an avalanche that sent a whole mountainside crashing down onto grouped traffic Friday, on a winding mountain road near this Andean capital. The avalanche buried an estimated 60 vehicles including at least three buses. Converging reports from military, Red Cross and police teams Saturday indicate a death toll in the neighborhood of 200. with 35 bodies already recovered and more than 100 injured survivors hospitalized so far. Mrs. Gladys Surface Mrs. Gladys T. Surface, 76, of Sissonville. died Saturday in St. Francis Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of Central Methodist Church and a lifelong Kanawha County resident. Surviving: sons, John of Southgate. Calif., Ben, Farley and Bill, all of Sissonville; daughter. Mrs. Dorothy DeVoss of Charleston; and 12 As rescue work resumed with daylight the landslide was found to have piled rocks and earth more than 60 feet deep at some points along a stretch of road more than a mile long. Hundreds of rescue workers dug until nightfall, when they had to suspend operations. Heavy rain has turned the zone into a vast quagmire. Further rockfalls continued to threaten lives. The avalanche dammed up Quebradablanca ( W h i t e Creek), which gives its name to the disaster area. Saturday it threatened to flood the hamlet of Guavabetal. (i.) . ROME-A 4-year-old gir! fell to her death from the dome of St. Peter's Basilica Saturday. Pope "Paul VI later visited the chapel where the child was lying in state, wound a rosary around her fingers and comforted her parents, who had come to Rome as members of a pilgrims' group from Apulia in Southern Italy. The girl was being held by her father during a sightseeing visit to the cupola of St. Peter's, but suddenly tore herself loose, fell to the ground of the platform. CHANDALAR CAMP. Alaska AP-lf they held a pie- eating coolest at this remote trans-Alaska pipeline camp 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle, there's no doubt who wouM win--the grizzlies. One hungry bear recently, marched into a camp kitchen and within full view of the cooks gobbled 11 freshly baked pies without so much as a burp. Camp manager Pat Tizo. a veteran of pipline construc- tioo projects throughout tive world, says one bear took u sleeping under the kitchen. Undennan wishes cameras were barred from the camp. "One time a guy was so t»usy taking a picture he didn't notice the bear coming and he had to run pretty fast."-Tizo s^id. So far no injuries have teen reported, but some surveyors balk at w o r k i n g in areas where bears havt- been reported. "Memorials of Distinction Si no* 191 1" Use a low cost Gatettc-Mail Want Ad. Over a grandchildren. 1,000 peoplgdo every dayl And they get re- The body is at Cunningham Funeral Home. suits! Jusfizan 348-4848 and let one ol our friendly AWVisors help you word your ad. W.MTINC TOO LONCi. tosvli-rt Cemetery property can cause much anxiety, should tragedy strikf suddenly, as it many times dues. Helore-need has proven the easier way. C e m e t e r y lots or M a u s o l e u m C r y p t s may be acquired this way. 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